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    Asgaroth
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    Is there any Oscar season in particular you wish you hadn’t seen the ceremony at all, based on the final outcomes?

    Any ceremony you feel it became just too dissapointing for it to be even worth watching? 

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    I still have nightmares about the Franco/Hathaway ceremony.

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    I manage to stick until the end. But last year’s cermony I felt went on for so long (awful pacing) I’m shocked I didn’t go “I’ll check IMDB tomorrow for the winners”.

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    Joe Burns
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    The 82nd Ceremony. 

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    Last year’s ceremony. I was rooting so badly for Boyhood and Linklater, and the later not just for the movie itself, but because he created what is undoubtedly my favorite trilogy in cinematic history… And then when that pretentious hack won best director, I was so pissed off… That’s why I probably won’t be watching this year’s ceremony, because I don’t really think I can stand watching him winning one, and probably two more Oscars….

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    Tony Ruiz
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    The year of The Artist.  Such a terrible winner for Picture, Director, and Actor. 

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    Emil Petrov
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    2009. To watch that crap The Hurt Locker win. Just….it won Original screenplay over Inglourious Basterds…what? 

    Terrible!  

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    benutty
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    This year

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    DamianWayne
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    It’s not really based on the final outcomes, but the ceremonies in 2012 and 2013 with Crystal and MacFarlane were awful.

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    Last year was pretty bad. Hathaway and Franco (2011?) was hard to watch as well.

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    Laura DiMeo
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    I still have nightmares about the Franco/Hathaway ceremony.

    I was thinking the same thing although Melissa Leo’s F-bomb was epic the show was a disaster

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    Nate
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    The 76th aka the year of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King going 11 for 11. Thinking back, I can’t remember any really memorable moments, really memorable songs performances, or really memorable ad-libs, even with Billy Crystal hosting. I do remember Crystal noting that people were moving to New Zealand just to be thanked, but that’s about it.

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    Oscar in 1999. Very sad about Best Picture (Shakespeare In Love), Best Actor (Roberto Benigni) and Best Actress (Gwyneth Paltrow) winners.

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    Last year. For the most part predictable, speeches were too political, some of the musical numbers were unnecessary, and watching Eddie Redmayne beat Michael Keaton was absolutely unbearable to watch. That speech of his was..ugh. I can’t revisit it.

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    80th ceremony jon stewart who compared Cate Blanchett as a “DOG” ?!… my god !… i would have kicked his fucking ass !…

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